Oregon college of arts and crafts


In Portland, Oregon, the College grants BA degrees in drawing, painting, book arts, metals, photography, fibers and wood. In 1907, photographer Julia Hoffman was the founder with the desire to perpetuate the Arts and Crafts movement through classes and exhibitions. In 1978, the campus was much expanded and boosted financially. The original name was Oregon College of Arts and Crafts, and later the name changed to Oregon School of Arts and Crafts. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oregon_College_of_Art_%26_Craft